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August 12, 2011

Ridership up for Central Ohio Transit

Provided more than 17 million rides in 2010 and is on pace to provide over 18 million rides in 2011. On an average weekday last week, COTA provided over 62,000 rides, which was 15.8 percent higher than in 2010. It was also the 15th consecutive week of increased ridership this year.


April 5, 2010

COTA's 2009 ridership up

In addition to higher ridership, COTA continues its service expansion and bus fleet upgrade making transit more convenient and reliable for central Ohio residents.


November 17, 2009

COTA approves 2010 fare increase

The proposed increase positions COTA closer to the transit industry standard fare box recovery rate while accounting for the inflationary factors that impact the cost of providing transit service.


October 16, 2009

Ohio system adds security feature to bus fleet

Audio will serve as an additional discouragement, allowing COTA to provide passengers better service along with a more secure and enjoyable experience.


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